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Buy, Sell, Trade / WTB 26" fork
« Last post by Mkasner on Today at 07:11:29 PM »
Picked up a ht bike a few weeks ago and would like to upgrade this entry level 100mm 26" qr straight steer fork. Anyone selling a 100mm fork?
Schoen looks good.  Couple mud holes that need work though.  Didn't ride LC.

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Ferdinand State Forest / Re: Trail Conditions
« Last post by ralphfsf on Today at 06:46:11 PM »
trails are drying out. still wet on the Twin Lakes section by the bridge/boardwalk.  Trees still down and some creek crossings are washed out so ride with caution.  Trail work sessions scheduled for next weekend.  Details to follow.
O'Bannon Woods State Park / Re: Trail Conditions
« Last post by Dead Possum on Today at 06:18:19 PM »
Short sections of Fire Tower were wet and sloppy, but I broke through some of the dams and berms today, With any luck, they will drin better and begin to dry out.

Group Camp Trail was mostly dry and in pretty good shape.

If you come across standing water, please take a stick and try to get the water to flow off the trail.

There are a few trees that will require attention.
Buy, Sell, Trade / Trek Jet 16" kids bike for sale
« Last post by JasonS on Today at 05:49:52 PM »

[/size][size=78%]Paid $200 for it new last year[/size]
[/size][size=78%]Still like new condition[/size]
Fort Harrison State Park / Re: Fort Harrison Trail Conditions - 2014
« Last post by MattYost on Today at 04:49:45 PM »
I cut a small tree out on CG today, but there's a larger tree down on Lawrence. It's before the first log crossing (starting from CG). And (I think) right after the two bridges.
Also, I've carried some hand trimmers, and cut "face-smackers" and sticker bushes back that have grown out onto the trail.
Something also, as simple as picking up trash around the trail head, and along some fishing spots along the rivers and ponds near some of the trails.
I too, feel like I can't devote enough time to trail building/maintenance, so these are some things I've done to help out and not feel like I'm riding the trails for free.
Picking up trash with your kids is a great way to let them feel like they are doing something good too.

Excellent advise.

A couple of times a year, I take hedge trimmers and pruners with me to clip briars and open up fast areas where the vegetation grows in and limits your sight distance making two way traffic more dangerous than necessary.

Something as simple as slowing down to kick a stick off the trail can save another riders derailleur.
Yellow. We still have a few spots to fix.
Fort Harrison State Park / Re: Fort Harrison Trail Conditions - 2014
« Last post by MikeHufhand on Today at 03:33:08 PM »
Solid YELLOW. We still have a few spots we need to repair/armor.
Thanks huff and all who helped.  Ur work is much apreciated.  From what I've heard the trail
Is in awesome shape today.

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